The features on the wellie boots are brilliant - not only are there six layers of studs adorning the front, but they have cute little buckles down the sides to loosen or tighten the boot as needed. (Although these are predominately an aesthetic thing, not actually adjusting the boot width by much at all.) These boots are so comfy I could practically live in them. The curved sole fits my little feet perfectly, giving the support you need for a long day traipsing about in a field, while the heel is chunky enough to not fly off if you're faced with a mud bath like at reading 2011. I love the details of the boot; inside there's even a cute little label for you to put your name, branded with 'Festival 2012' so you have a little souvenir to remember the season by. Although Hunters aren't cheap by any means (these are roughly £135) they really do offer good quality, comfort and support. I've spent so many years cursing my £30 boots for splitting, letting the rain in, being uncomfortable or generally not actually being supportive, that it's about time I got a decent pair to see me through a good few years of fun festival music times!
Available from AllSole.com for £135 - add code BHOL at the checkout for 15% off too!